Veterans Can Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits
Many United States Military Veterans receiving veteran’s disability benefits are also eligible to receive Social Security Disability benefits. According to U.S. census data, over 9 million veterans are currently receiving Social Security benefits, or 20% of the total Social Security recipients. However, VA disability does not guarantee a vet will also receive Social Security Disability. Many times, Social Security will disregard the findings of the VA physicians and the VA ratings to reach their own “independent” conclusions that a veteran can still perform full-time work. If you are a veteran, and considering applying for Social Security benefits, or if you have applied and been denied, call Social Security Attorney William Kuntz today to see if he can help you. Mr. Kuntz has successfully represented veterans on their Social Security disability claims for over 20 years. Call us today at 951-343-3400. Or, visit our website at www.Kuntzsslaw.com.
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